Now hiring Visitation Supervisor positions (part-time)
Reports to: Co-Executive Director
Part Time Employee
Job Overview: The Jacob Center Visitation Supervisors provide frequent and consistent supervised visitation (also known as Parenting Time) to families identified by the Department of Human Services. Visitation Supervisors work to maintain safety by enforcing the level of supervision determined by the MDT (Coaching Supervised, Monitored, Transitional), as well as by utilizing appropriate interventions when necessary. Visitation Supervisors manage felt-safety for school age children and provide their caregivers with coaching and feedback to encourage positive development of their parenting skills with the goal to achieve unsupervised time with their child(ren).
Responsibilities and Duties:
- • Supervises frequent and consistent visits between parents/caregivers and their children placed out of the home.
- • Provides transportation to and from visits for the children and/or parents when appropriate and necessary.
- • Provides feedback and coaching to parents following each visit and completes a monthly Parenting Time Plan with parents to establish goals.
- • Documents all visits in assessments and submits assessments to the Caseworker, GAL and supervisor weekly.
- • Submits thorough and accurate monthly hour logs and Progress Reports to the Visitation Program Manager for payroll and billing.
- • Participates in a professional staffing once per month with each family’s Caseworker to discuss case progress and to make recommendations.
1. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred and/or 2 years of related experience.
2. Demonstrated experience working with youth and families.
3. Knowledge of a broad range of trauma responsive interventions and strategies. Ability to work both in the office and the field with families and youth.
4. Self-directed work style and ability to collaborate with MDT and agency administrators to create safe, productive environments for clients. Demonstrated ability to show initiative in managing job responsibilities, communicating job performance ideas and concerns to supervisor, and seeking resources to maintain and build areas of expertise.
5. Strong commitment to advancing racial equity through culturally responsive interventions. Must demonstrate alignment with agency values, policies, and commitment to racial equity and anti-racist work.
6. Demonstrated ability to serve as a representative of the agency, and thus converse professionally and knowledgeably with clients, their families, referral agents, community resource representatives, local care providers, employers and the public at large.
7. Flexibility in work hours to accommodate program and client needs; may include weekend, evening, and on-call hours.
8. Ability to pass CBI/FBI/Trails Background check
9. Must have clean driving record
10. Must pass UA drug screening
Please email resume and/or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org